More information has been released about what’s being called a possible arson fire earlier this week which damaged a house in the Camelot area and two people arrested on alleged drug charges. Courthouse records filed in Camden County indicate that the State Fire Marshal’s Office identified a vehicle seen leaving #40 Round Table Drive shortly before the fire was reported Tuesday morning. That vehicle matching the description was stopped several hours later on North Highway-5 after, allegedly, failing to merge into the left lane around a previous traffic stop. During the subsequent stop, the deputy identified the driver as Joseph Blecher who stated he was driving revoked. A strong odor of marijuana also came from the car with the passenger, Samantha Dority, admitting to smoking a joint and then eating it when she realized they were being pulled over. A further search of the vehicle allegedly uncovered what was believed to be methamphetamine and paraphernalia. Both, Dority and Blecher have been formally charged with possession. Dority is also charged with tampering with evidence and possession of paraphernalia while Blecher was further charged with driving revoked and possession of paraphernalia. At the current time, no charges have been filed and no suspects named in connection to the house fire which remains under investigation by the fire marshal’s office.